Moving Through a Scene – Using Krump To Choreograph w/ Brian “Hallowdreamz” Henry

About This Show

Join Brian "Hallow Dreamz” Henry, the New York Krump King for a workshop exploring the dance style KRUMP as a tool for choreographing a theatrical scene. Using material from the play “Triggerman” by Ebu Nihan Celkan this workshop will play with the creation of movement based off theatrical text. This workshop is open to LAGCC students with a limited number of spots available for the outside community.

Known for this TedX Talk “Krumping is Language” and integral role in building the Krump community in New York, Brian "Hallow Dreamz” Henry is from Bed-Study, Brooklyn and started Krumping in 2004. He is a founding member of the dance trio The Nuu Knynez and as one of the most sought after krump/dance teachers and performers, he has taught and collaborated with numerous artists and organizations including Broadway Dance Center, The Met, Alvin Ailey, The August Wilson Center, Madonna, Spike Lee and many more.

Show Details

Dates: One Night Only: November 10, 2022